good stuff here guys
leaning about Cornell. and will be going there later.
anyone tried Naluzzi? Naluzzi costs 12k labor for suit/trousers. is that a fair price? is naluzzi really that good?
as you will soon see with my questions, i'm a complete idiot when it comes to suits.
1. what's fused as against another term in here (which my morning brain already forgets)
with the fair price Cornell has, i'll opt for that. need bespoke, i'm kinda "big boned".. all right, fat. body isn't as trim as it used to be. think "CJ Corona" body type, but with thinner limbs.
by the way, didn't anyone notice how bad his suit was? or is it just me? i definitely don't want my suit to be riding up on me like that, hence, the bespoke suit.
also, i'm not the suit type (only my 2nd actually), but have tons of barong (mostly bespoke and some RTW). often times, my old kamuning tailor makes best office/formal barongs for my body type. doesn't ride up, good shoulder. "Off the rack" for me (due to my barrel body) often comes out as too long, both in short/long sleeves, and low hemline ('bout 4 inches lower than crown jewels).
just need this suit for a wedding for which i'm godfather for nth time, but first time in a suit!
if i'm going to have a suit made, better be good, as i'm not getting another one. also, black or dark grey?
shoes and watches, on the other hand, is my passion. so no worries on what shoe color or watch thickness needed.
just need advise on what color suit i'll have made. 2 or 3 piece suit (personally leaning towards 3-pc...to get that "..it was Barzini all along" kind of aura). but don't quote me on that.